Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole Presents an Exclusive Viewing of the 2017 Solar Eclipse
This exclusive eclipse experience will begin with a safe and comfortable ride up to an elevation of 9,095 feet (2,772 metres) on Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s Bridger Gondola. Guests will have the option of indoor seating in the Rendezvous Lodge known as Piste Bistro or outdoor seating on a paved patio area overlooking the gorgeous Jackson Hole valley and its adjacent mountains. Food and drinks will be catered by the chefs of
Teton Skies will provide each guest an exceptional viewing experience using state-of-the-art hydrogen-alpha solar telescopes. Astrophysicist Ryan Hennessy will lead a discussion of the science behind each stage of the eclipse.
“This is the first total solar eclipse visible in the United States in 38 years and Jackson Hole will be the most spectacular location to experience it,” Ryan says. “An eclipse like this cannot be fully captured or described; it must be experienced. It’s one of the only times when we can see the sun’s corona and it is truly magical.”
The 2017 solar eclipse is expected to be one of the most-viewed natural events in history. As the sun traverses across North America, the full eclipse will be visible only to those in a narrow 60 mile (97 kilometre) wide band along its path. Centred almost perfectly within this band, Jackson Hole’s high elevation, predictably calm summer weather, and gorgeous vistas will make for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Tickets for the event are USD 375 per person and very limited. They may be purchased through
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